As Aphrodite promised, from behind a tree, a woman named Oenone stepped out and Paris was in awe. Hera and Athene were angry that Paris didn't take their offer though. Paris and Oenone got married and were happy together.
Across the Aegean Sea, another wedding was taking place too. King Menelaus of Sparta was marrying Princess Helen. No matter where you were, Helen's beauty was a known thing worldwide in the times of Ancient Greece.
So it didn't take long for the word to spread to Paris too. Aphrodite knew it would eventually reach Troy, it was only a matter of time. Paris set off to meet Helen, Oenone begged and pleaded to try to get Paris to stay, but it was no use.
Once Paris arrived to meet Helen, many slaves and strangers came to see Paris. Melenaus greeted him, welcoming him here
Welcome to you, strangers!
Paris and his partners were just considered citizens at the kingdom. One day, King Menelaus went away on a trip. Paris had a plan to get his new wife. He was going to take her by boat back to where he lived.
By boat they went. They sailed back to Troy. Oenone wasn't the girl Aphrodite promised, or so Paris believed. He believed that he found the promise given by Aphrodite.